Merge Student Ministry 

Merge Sunday

 

 

7th-12th grade

Sunday at 9:30 am and 11 am, we have a time where Students can worship, learn about what God's word says, how to apply it to their lives, and how to grow in their relationship with God.  

 


Merge Sunday Current series - Explained


 

 

Merge Sunday - Explained

 

Complicated. Long. Conflicting. Outdated. Contradictory. When it comes to the Bible, you’ve probably heard all that and more from your students. That’s because, for so many of them, the Bible just seems to cause more confusion than clarity. High school is a great time for students to ask questions, express doubts, and wrestle with what they believe in order to develop a personal faith. And maybe nothing brings up more of these types of faith questions than the Bible. What is it? How does it work? And why does everybody say it’s helpful when it doesn’t always feel that way? That’s why, in this series we’ll take a closer look at the documents that make up the Bible, why we trust them, how we use them and why we believe they can be trusted. In other words, we’re talking about the Bible…explained.

 

 

 

UNight Wednesday- Jr. High

 

7th & 8th Grade


UNight Wednesday Jr. High is from 6-7:30pm.

Students will gather for a fun evening where they discuss topics relevant to them.  Students learn how God wants them to live and how He wants them to impact their world. There are prizes, games, a lesson and hangout time.


Unight Current Series JH- This or That


Middle schoolers see themselves primarily through the lens of others—mostly their peers—in this phase. They look at and measure most things about who they are and what they have against that of the people they see around them.

As you talk about this comparison cycle, don’t belittle what they may be comparing. Truth be told, as adults we’re still struggling with so many of the same things! 

Instead of simply pointing them away from comparison, do your best to emphasize the need to replace that habit with something different—something better. Point them toward things like celebration, inclusion, or acceptance. These are all things God offers to them, and they can begin to find those things in Him. It may not stop the comparison cycle, but it will plant seeds of what is true that they’ll remember and go back to as they grow and develop.

UNight Wednesday- High School

 

9th-12th Grade

 

UNight Wednesday HS is from 7:30-9pm for High School.

Students will gather for a fun evening where they discuss topics relevant to them.  Students learn how God wants them to live and how He wants them to impact their world. There are prizes, games, a lesson and hangout time.

 

Unight Current Series HS- Like Me

 

Your students all have a tendency to compare themselves to others. The grades they’re getting, the people they’re dating, the friends they have, the clothes they wear, the highlight reel on their Instagram feed—it all feels like one long list of what others have that your students just don’t! In this series, we’ll help them discover that comparison not only keeps them from liking others, it holds them back from being able to like themselves! And the further they move away from comparison and toward contentment, the more they’ll be able to love who they are just as they are!